CIS Football Report (Week 8)

They are one of the oldest football teams in all of North America as the Toronto Varsity Blues pre-date the CFL and the NFL.

CIS Football Report (Week 5)

There are some major differences in the CIS as the best teams are far away from the worst teams.

2015 CIS Football Preview: OUA Conference

It is the largest conference in the CIS and one that many could see as one of the toughest to have any type of run through.

CIS Football Report (2013 Season in Review)

The CIS Season is officially over and the hardware has been handed out with not a whole lot changing. The season began with the Big Four and talk of the four repeat champions as questions arose as to who could continue their runs in their conferences. Changes would be seen but in the end the result was much the same as everyone had seen before. Two of the big four would last to the end of the season and both were the two teams that had much more than a three-peat at stake.

CIS Football Report (Conference Finals Week)

The Conference Finals would cap off a week where the CIS would celebrate the end of the football season. There are only a few weeks left in the official season but the conferences would end their seasons this week with their championships. There were some surprises and some expected results as four teams moved on to the national playoffs and one step closer to the Vanier Cup on November 23rd. As a part of the winding down of the season the nominees for the individual awards were announced.

2013 Yates Cup Preview

The Yates Cup is one of the oldest trophies in North American Sports and the fight to earn the right to lift the 106 year old trophy is always a good one. For the last two year the McMaster Marauders have been given the opportunity to call themselves the OUA champions but all that would change this year. After the loss of former Hec Crighton winner Kyle Quinlan the Marauders were not the same team that had dominated a conference for two years.

Is McMaster Done? (OUA Preview)

The OUA will see plenty of changes in 2013 as a new team enters the fold and the dominant team has been gutted. The Carlton Ravens will be the new team on the block as they return to the football field for the first time in 15 years. They will have a high hill to climb as they enter the biggest conference in the CIS and will have to compete with some very well established programs.

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